NEWS- The Kabale Resident District Commissioner Godfrey Nyakahuuma has directed secondary schools (both government and private) in Kabale district to allow senior six candidates sit for their final examinations even when they have not fully completed their school dues.
Nyakahuuma’s message came at a time when S6 candidates started their Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education Examinations (UACE) with Economics and Chemistry practical papers.
While speaking to www.theinformerug.com, the RDC called upon parents/ guardians to report immediately to his office in case any of their children is stopped from sitting for their (UACE) exams.
Nyakahuuma has assured the community that the security is on alert to deal with any form of indiscipline during these Examinations.
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Meanwhile, the Kigezi Region police spokesperson ASP Elly Maate had earlier in the morning confirmed that the UACE exams arrived in the Kigezi region on Sunday under the police and military supervision.
Maate warned Examinations supervisors and school head teachers against examination malpractice stressing that the Police together with sister security agencies are on standby to deal with anyone caught in similar acts.
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The Kigezi High School head teacher Akampurira Abraham confirmed to this reporter that at exactly 9AM, all the students at the school were starting their first paper according to the timetable with none of them missing.
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According to the Examinations Body (UNEB) 97,896 learners were registered to sit for this year’s Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE) exams